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The resilience challenge – a gateway to exceptional service

In an Expert Focus article for Waterbriefing, Brendan McAndrew, Principal Consultant and technical lead at MWH (now part of Stantec), discusses how water companies can ensure their services are resilient Read more


HUBER flags up importance of getting more out of AD plants

With less than a month to go to the UK AD & Biogas exhibition, anaerobic digestion specialists HUBER Technology are flagging up the importance of getting more out of AD Read more


Dutch Waterboard opens Europe’s first nutrient recovery facility

The Dutch Waterboard Vallei & Veluwe has officially opened Europe’s first commercial nutrient recovery facility. Read more


South West Water starts tunnelling work for £60m Mayflower WTW scheme

Work has started to lay pipes needed to transfer drinking water from SW Water’s new £60 million Mayflower Works into Plymouth’s water distribution system. Read more


New approach to grit removal could be key to TOTEX goals in AMP6

A radical change of approach to grit removal in wastewater treatment plants is being introduced to the UK for the first time. Read more

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Friday, 26 August 2016 09:20

Landia wins more work in China

2 The new sludge handling facility at Matougang China where Landia pumps and mixers are now in operationLandia has supplied a total of 22 pumps and mixers for an expanding Wastewater Treatment Plant in central China.

Affinity Water has gone out to tender for a contract for raw water supply worth up to an estimated £10 million.

Almost six hundred million pounds is the sum of money needed to set-up metaldehyde (slug pellet) treatment for drinking water in the East of England, according to Anglian Water. The company estimates it would also cost an additional £17million every year to run – amounting to a 21 per cent increase in customer bills.

Welsh Water is set to invest over £21 million in west Wales – schemes include the replacement or cleaning of over 174km of pipe, the replacement of 5km of trunk main in Llechryd and Cilgerran and a £2 million spend in the Hermon, Eglwyswrw and Pont-siân areas.

Work to repair flood defences in a Northumberland town, which were damaged during the winter floods has started.

Irish Water has marked the start of construction of a new water treatment plant on Lough Guitane in Central Kerry with a sod-turning by Minister of State for Housing and Urban Renewal, Damien English, TD.

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